The Southern Bantu.

£14.00

Skipping lightly through the introduction,it has dawned on me that the bases of this book is to set out the relationship between the European and the Bantu people of Southern Africa.The many reasons for the lack of sympathy shown to the Bantu people,by the Europeans.Set out in 13 chapters,it studies the origin of the Bantu,their economic and political lifestyle.Bantu magic and religion,the Bantu reserves,the Bantu on European farms,life in the towns,employment in the mines, religion and education of the bantu ,and much more.

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H/b in the original boards,reasonably clean, front edges dented and corners bumped,spine ends bruised and faded,Size 7×5 pp 7+262,inc,three f/o maps,index,bibliography,no plates text only,various tables and lists.Hinges strong.Binding dry and beginning to crack.Biblioteck stamp to f/ep,very slightly age-browned,otherwise internally clean throughout.A fair to v/g clean copy.

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